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English learning resource of the week

Practical English: Shopping

Buying food

How much is that?

Mrs Ryefield: I´ll have a whole-wheat loaf, three white loaves, a baguette and ten rolls, please. How much is that?
Baker: The whole-wheat loaf is 45 cents, the white loaves are 35 cents each, the baguette is 27 cents and the rolls are eight cents each. That makes two dollars fifty-seven cents.
Mrs Ryefield: There you go.
Baker: Thank you, ma´am. Forty-three cents change. Have a nice day.

English learning resource of the week

Accounting English

Depreciation

Narration: Part Four

The method employed to allocate the cost of a tangible fixed asset to accounting periods is called depreciation method or method of depreciation.

Several methods exist and each of them is proper for certain circumstances, although not all of them are acceptable for income tax purposes.

The most common methods are: [...]

WORD OF THE DAY:

ABOMINATION

 Dictionary entry overview: 

ABOMINATION (noun)
  The noun ABOMINATION has 3 senses:

1. a person who is loathsome or disgusting
2. hate coupled with disgust
3. an action that is vicious or vile; an action that arouses disgust or abhorrence

  Familiarity: ABOMINATION used as a noun is uncommon.



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Do you have any flights to Sydney next Tuesday afternoon?

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I´ll have three scrambled eggs with country ham.

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[Telephone English / Starting the call]

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